I've got some spare room in my fall schedule, so I'm looking to get an extra course in. My options are two introductory courses: Statistics and Algebra. Topics in statistics are: probability theory, random variables, marginal and condition distributions, discrete and continuous probability distributions, random sampling distributions etc... Topics in algebra are: Boolean algebras and lattices; factorization of polynomials; definitions of rational, real and complex numbers; rings, groups, fields, integral domains. I'm a physics major, however my program doesn't require any statistics courses. The major benefit of the algebra course is that it gives me the option of taking an advanced linear algebra course and subsequently a mathematics minor. Thanks!